Moriarty runs a refugee camp. It’s a city of troubled people growing like a tumour and it’s 24/7. Shedloads of food, water and excrement, the thievery, threats and protests, aggrieved co-workers, a hostile press, young girls sold into sexual slavery . . . With his gift of the gab and wry sense of humour he can tough that out. The nightmare which stalks his soul is the spectre of ineradicable guilt.
This production supports WarChild charity.
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"A tightly written exploration of the troubling world of refugee camps"
"Phillips always has a knack for dialogue heavy scripts, driving it forward with a pace that always feels natural"
"Warehouse of Dreams deserves to run for much longer than four weeks"
(Ex UNHCR Officer)
"An engaging cast present a powerful story"
"I urge you to see this play"
"Dan Phillips’s directing lift this play towards a thought-provoking analysis of altruism and humanity"
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